Thursday, 9 November 2017

Correct Dark Circles & Tear Troughs - Nottingham, Derby, Mansfield & Chesterfield

Deep hollows under the eyes can ruin the overall appearance of a youthful looking face, leaving you looking tired and aged. As we get older, the more we can expect to notice certain changes in our face, such as dark circles and the deepening of the hollows under our eyes, which are also known as the tear troughs.

In our youth, the area beneath the eye is plump and firm, but as time passes it starts to lose volume, and we develop a sunken dip under the eyes. These hollows are usually caused by the thinning of the skin and sagging cheek tissues. Over time the hollows can change in appearance and become longer, deeper and more shadowed.

We use creams, concealers, cucumber slices, serums and even used tea-bags to help disguise our ageing eyes, and help keep them looking youthful. The eyes are the first thing people notice when they look at us, so we want them to look their best. The tear troughs occur due to the thinning of the overlying skin and soft tissue over the bony orbital rim and happens as a result of either the ageing process, genetics or can also be caused by sun damage.

Tear troughs run from the nose side of each eye, in an arc under the lower eyelid. Most people complain of a tired looking appearance due to the darkness caused by the shadow. Troughs happen when we lose volume in the tissue under the eye and above the cheek and are often seem worse in appearance when we're tired or dehydrated.

Filler treatment for tear troughs is ideal for:
  • Sunken eyes
  • Dark circles under the eyes
  • Tired looking eyes
  • Eye bags
Dermal filler treatment for tear troughs, involves injecting filler into the delicate area under the eye to make subtle enhancements to the tear troughs by filling in the hollow areas. Having a detailed knowledge of the anatomy is essential and at Selston Cosmetic Clinic, Dr. Bassi has over 10 years experience as a specialist cosmetic practitioner and has performed thousands of injectable treatments. We use hyaluronic acid fillers, which are a substance that naturally occurs in the body, they are non animal based and very safe to use. They fill out the hollows and lines under the eyes and they help to mask any dark circles with light reflecting technology.

To minimise any discomfort, a topical anaesthetic cream gets applied about 20 minutes before the  treatment starts, numbing the skin and easing any discomfort. The dermal filler treatment only takes twenty to thirty minutes to complete, and the results are instant and lasts up to twelve months. There's minimal downtime, although you may have a little bruising, as the skin under the eye is very delicate.

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